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Re: Historical Information on Village of Darow Poland
Posted by: jerry choinska (ID *****5836) Date: January 12, 2013 at 12:44:07
In Reply to: Historical Information on Village of Darow Poland by Ted of 56480

Two/2 experts on this LEMKO area are 1)Walter Maksimovich go
to <walter@lemko.org>...and, 2)Andriy Medynets go to <andym@
gu.net>..They would know this low-populated area's churches/
towns/villages plus Roman Catholic & Greek Catholic Uniate origins & history!!! There was Polish, Ukrainian, Hungarian,
& Russian influenze in this area and in 4/29/1947, Russians
shipped many of Lemko residents across SE Poland to Silesia/
Slask/Schlesien..See <en.Komancza-Wikipedia.org> for details


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